Publication Date

January 1983


Milton Konvitz (Ph.D. '33) embodied the spirit of Cornell University. An authority on civil rights and human rights, and constitutional and labor law, he served on the Cornell faculty for 27 years, holding dual appointments at the Law School and the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. This section features essays and statements by Milton R. Konvitz: Closing Remarks at the End of the American Ideals Course; Change and Tradition--A Letter to David Daiches; Liberal and Illiberal Education; Why One Professor Changed His Voice; and Of Exile and Double Consciousness: A Reply to Max Beloff.


Suggested Citation
Danelski, D. (1983). Rights, Liberties, and Ideals: The Contributions of Milton R. Konvitz (pp. 83-126). Littleton, CO: Rothman @ Co.